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World Spine-Neurospine Cervical & Deformity Cadaver Workshop
NameNeurospineDate2020-04-09
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World Spine-Neurospine MISS Cadaver Workshop
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World Spine-Neurospine Cadaver Workshop & Minisymposium
- Cervical spine and Adult spinal deformity surgery

Wednesday, September 2 8:00 AM~5:00 PM
Surgical Anatomy Education Center, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

Course directors:
Keun-Su Kim (KOR)
Yonsei Univ.
Mehmet Zileli (TUR)
Ege Univ.
Munish Gupta (USA)
Univ. Washington
Moderator:
Yoon Ha (KOR)
Yonsei Univ.
Kyung-Hyun Kim (KOR)
Yonsei Univ.
Instructors:
Team A:
Kee D Kim (USA)
UC Davis
P. Sarat Chandra (IN)
AIIMS
Douglas Orr (USA)
Cleveland Clinic
Kota Watanabe (JPN)
Keio Univ.
Abdelfattah Saoud (EG)
Ain Shams Univ.
Jung-Kil Lee (KOR)
Chonnam Univ.
Team B:
Mehmet Zileli (TUR)
Ege Univ.
John Shin (USA)
Harvard Medical School
Gregory R Trost (USA)
Univ. Wisconsin
Munish Gupta (USA)
Univ. Washington
Samuel K CHO (USA)
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Seung-Hwan Yoon (KOR)
Inha Univ.

Course Schedule:
Wednesday, September 2th, 2020

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Registration and Brief Overview
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Educational Program (Cadaver / Minisymposium)
5:00 PM Adjourn

Dear Spine Surgeons and Researchers

This educational course using cadavers has the goal of addressing professional practice gaps for spinal surgeons, particularly those who treat deformities of the cervical spine and adult spinal deformities. In order to optimize patient outcomes, it is necessary for practitioners to be aware of up-to-date practice recommendations and surgical techniques for deformity correction and posterior cervical instrumentation, ranging from the cranium to the subaxial spine. The goal of this course is to improve participants’ expertise in surgical techniques for correcting deformities of the cervical spine, knowledge of current clinical practices, and familiarity with collaborative care practices to improve the outcomes of patients undergoing spinal procedures. This one-day course will present information that will help surgeons improve patient care. Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in cadaveric training sessions, which will address anatomical considerations from the sacrum to the cranium from the perspective of both orthopedic surgeons and neurosurgeons.

Objectives

Upon conclusion of this one-day course providers should be able to:

  • Examine and discuss the best treatment practices for cervical spinal deformity, CVJ pathology, thoracolumbar deformity and sacropelvic instrumentation
  • Utilize the up-to-date of indication and decision making for operation in the treatment of complex spinal deformity patients
  • Develop revision strategies for failed CVJ Occipitocervical fusion
  • Consider and discuss the current status and future of new advanced techniques including A.I. and Robot guided surgery

Program

  TEAM A TEAM B
Program I Kee D Kim Mehmet Zileli
Occipitocervical to subaxial fixation P. Sarat Chandra John Shin
C7,T1 PSO Douglas Orr Greg R Trost
Program II Kota Watanabe Munish Gupta
Free hand thoracolumar/Pelvic fixation(SAI,Iliac bolts) Abdelfattah Saoud Samuel K CHO
PSO L4 JungKil Lee SeungHwan Yoon

Agenda

Cadaver Lab 1 (Cervical and Deformity)
Course Director: KeunSu KIM, Mehmet Zileli, Munish Gupta
Organizer: KyungHyun Kim
Surgical Anatomy Education Center, Yonsei University

 

Time table for Cadaver Program Time table for Lecture Program Lecturer
08:00~08:20 Registration- Lecture Room (B)
08:20~08:35 Introduction - Lecture Room (B)
08:35~08:40 Brief Overview - Lecture Room (B)
08:40~09:00 TEAM A Move to cadaver lab, Changing clothes c Coffee Break (TEAM B should stay at Lecture room)
Surgical Anatomy Education Center (TEAM A) (10 min lecture/ 5 min discusssion) Lecture Room (TEAM B)
09:00~10:30 Session I - TEAM A 09:00-09:15 Revision strategy for failed upper cervical fusion Mehmet Zileli
Front Raw(3 table) Program I 09:15-09:30 Assessment of cervical spine alignment and osteotomy techniques for deformity correction John Shin
09:30-09:45 Indication for extensive surgery to correct deformity Greg R Trost
Back Raw(3 table) Program II 09:45-10:00 SAI vs Iliac fixation: which is better? Samuel K CHO
10:00-10:15 Which level should we perform when we do PSO? Munish Gupta
10:15-10:30 Advanced techniques (Robot, A.I.) for spine surgery SeungHwan Yoon
10:30~11:00 Cadaver change & Drape Transefer to Cadaver ROOM
11:00~12:30 Session II - TEAM A
11:00-11:30 CASE 1 (CVJ myelopathy with deformity) Panel /Participants
11:30-12:00 CASE 2 (Failed cervical fusion- surgical planning) Panel /Participants
12:00-12:30 CASE 3 (Thoracolumbar deformity correction) Panel /Participants
Front Raw(3 table) Program II
Back Raw(3 table) Program I
12:30~13:30 LUNCH BOX / PHOTO TIME
Surgical Anatomy Education Center (TEAM B) (10 min lecture/ 5 min discusssion) Lecture Room (TEAM A)
13:30~15:00 Session III - TEAM B 13:30-13:45 Revision strategy for failed OC fusion Kee D Kim
Front Raw(3 table) Program I 13:45-14:00 How to decide cervical imbalance/malignment P. Sarat Chandra
14:00-14:15 Indication for extensive surgery to correct deformity Douglas Orr
Back Raw(3 table) Program II 14:15-14:30 SAI vs Iliac fixation: which is better? Abdelfattah Saoud
14:30-14:45 Which level should we perform when we do PSO? Kota Watanabe
14:45-15:00 Advanced techniques (Robot, A.I.) for spine surgery JungKil Lee
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break and to Lecture Room (B)
15:30~17:00 Session IV - TEAM B
15:30-16:00 CASE 1 (CVJ myelopathy with deformity) Panel /Participants
16:00-16:30 CASE 2 (Failed cervical fusion- surgical planning) Panel /Participants
16:30-17:00 CASE 3 (Thoracolumbar deformity correction) Panel /Participants
Front Raw(3 table) Program II
Back Raw(3 table) Program I
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